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has anyone put a cat flap in a glass door?
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mckenzie · 14/09/2010 13:38

I've just got a quote of £295 + vat as they'll have to replace whole panel of double glazed unit. has anyone else had this doen?
Does it sound a reasonable quote?
Did you have any problems?

TIA

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ParanoidBeryl · 27/09/2017 16:53

Namewithchange, it’s the microchip that the vet does when they are little. It means if your cat is found, any vet can scan them with a microchip reader and then match the cat / dog up with your details which you have registered on the database.

It doesn’t hurt them, it is a fine injection in the skin on the nape of their neck. When I was watching ours being done it reminded me of getting ears pierced, except that it didn’t appear to be painful

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sarahroslyn · 21/06/2018 22:28

Cat flaps in glass look lovely! //www.catoutofglass.co.uk are good, they did friends and it looks fab!

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